Tyler Chancey

Whenever he's not posting long form ramblings at his own digital watering hole at cybertavern.blogspot.com, Tyler Chancey is a robot in human skin passionate about video games as an artform. He is also addicted to trash anime and polyhedral dice.

LA Noire Finds New Life on Switch

Rockstar brings back Team Bondi’s LA Noire to new platforms. But what exactly makes the Switch version stand out?

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EA Plays Damage Control on Star Wars Battlefront II

EA has been making constant changes to Star Wars Battlefront II in response to its controversial loot box system.

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Call of Duty WW2 Review | Blandest Hour

Call of Duty WW2 was sold as going in a bold new direction by returning to the trenches of World War 2. In reality, it’s more of a retread.

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SAFe 2017: Christopher Brown Welcomes Me to Slaughterville

Capping off his time at SAFe 2017, Tyler talked to Christopher Brown, the creator of Welcome to Slaughterville and discovered a horror gem.

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SAFe 2017: The Fifth World is About The Journey, Not Conflict

At Save Against Fear, The Fifth World showed a different RPG system. One about the journey and the smaller moments over combat.

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The Evil Within 2 Review | Splintered Mind

The Evil Within 2 is a notable improvement over the original. But creativity and personal expression can only hide so much.

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Save Against Fear Is About Healing Through Play

This weekend, Tyler attended Save Against Fear held in Harrisburg, PA. A convention dedicated to the healing power of gaming.

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Looking Back At The Evil Within: Shinji Mikami’s Horrific Mess

The Evil Within was supposed to be Shinji Mikami’s return to survival horror. Its sequel is coming out, so let’s dissect the original.

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Dishonored Death of the Outsider Review | Godkiller

Dishonored: Death of the Outsider is a smaller more focused experience than its prequels, which it plays to its advantage.

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Metroid: Samus Returns Review | A Legend Retold

Metroid: Samus Returns has a lot of style and action, but its dedication to its own source material restricts it in key spots.

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Destiny 2 Review | Light in the Darkness

Destiny 2 is a fantastic improvement over its predecessor with a satisfying story and more interesting characters.

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How Gamers Can Help With Recovery Efforts of Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey has caused incredible damage to the people of Houston. Here’s how the gaming community has been giving back, and how you can as well.

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Yakuza Kiwami Review | Welcome to Kamurocho

Yakuza Kiwami is an uncanny game. The look and feel of something new with the content of something old. Looking past the gray hairs, there’s something special to play.

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